Kru Tony Valera


Tony Valera has practiced the art of Muay Thai kickboxing long enough to know one thing: aggressive and fundamental training is the only way to improve. In Muay Thai, whether it is repetition in drilling, sparring, conditioning, or fighting itself, if you’re not evolving, you’re dying. The effective use of knees, elbows, legs and fists make Muay Thai a martial art like no other and the proud heritage of a nation.

 For young men and boys in Thailand, Muay Thai training is a rite of passage, much like baseball in the USA.  Muay Thai is undoubtedly the most exciting and punishing form of kickboxing to both witness and participate in.Muay Thai to help you become a well-versed MMA fighter with skills in grappling, submission fighting and Muay Thai. As a form of exercise, Muay Thai is second to none-with its explosive kicking, devastating knees, and powerful punching. You will lose weight and tighten up in a way you could never imagine by adding Muay Thai to your physical fitness regiment.

Tony Valera has trained in the company of many of the best Muay Thai and MMA fighters in the world, and he knows what its like to step between the ropes. There is a certain mindset that goes along with wanting to improve, compete, or achieve physical goals.


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